Cultural Markers That Divide And Unite


Francisco A. Datar

(Presented at the 1st MLE Conference, “Reclaiming the Right to Learn in One’s Own Language,” Capitol University, Cagayan de Oro City, Feb 18-20, 2010.)

Courtesy of Alan Georghegan

The objectives of the following PowerPoint presentation are:

  • To come up with a cultural outline that, somehow, may define the culture (identity) of a group in a multi-cultural setting, and
  • To integrate all the cultural markers and come up with a possible Philippine identity.

For the complete PowerPoint presentation, click on Cultural Markers That Divide and Unite.

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